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A Solium I'ac'.
' A werry funny foller In do ole plantation
mule; .... , . ,
An" nobody "ill play wid him unless he Is
a fool. .
DebeHU-et tlnjr to do w en you meditate
la to kinder sorter calkerlate you'll git along
Wen you try to 'proach dat mule from de
He look a meek aa Motes, but hit lookl la
. full ob Una;
Be dopsu't move a muscle, he doesn t even
An' you sav bis disposition's better'n people
He atan' ao mill you 'upose he ia a monument
An' you aimoa' see a 'ncrolent expression on
But dat 'nevolent expression Is de mask dat's
For de debit la behin' it Jest as sure as you Is
. Den you cossot him a little, an' you pat bis
An' you Las a revelation dat he ain't so
much your friend;
Tou has made a big mistake; but before de
Tou la h'lstcd werry sudden to de odder side
Well, you .feel like you'd been standin' on de
An' de engine come an' hit you in de middle
Tou don' know what had happened, you kin
scarcely cote h your breff;
But you t'ink your'e made de 'qnaintance ob
or tie dbck;
a werry vi lent aeu.
' . DE MORRILL OB ALL DIS.
Now a sin in de soul is preoisely likede mule;
t An' nobody'll play wid it unless he am a fool.
It look ao mitey inneroent; but honey, dear,
For although de kick la hidden, de kick is all
Ef I had come to dat conclusion twenty
. years ago I wouldn't a been lame to-day.
vDat's wat I said, butj knows better now.
i tl went up about fourteen feet, an win I
landed I was alt tangled up. I said sumfln' to
' myself 'bout dat mule; but it wouldn'taound
. well in de poem, so I left it out.
A HAPPY FAMILY
BY MRS. M. L. RATHE.
It was Sunday, Mr. Skinner was
: tired, and thought he would lie down
on tho sofa in the. back parlor and rest
. People never learn by 'experience, and
i he was no exception to the common
He lay down and crossed his feet
with a parade that was hardly justifi
able under the circumstances. His wife
came in and saw him,
"Why, Lot Skinner!" she exclaimed.
"If I ever heard of the like! Lying
down on that new sofa with your boots
on, and, oh, my goodness! your head
on that lace tidy I had done up only
,, last week. You are the most inconsid
erate man I ever saw ia my life!"
Mr. Skimmer got' tip and his wife
smoothed out the tidy and rearranged
"The idea of anybody putting ahead
on that tidy," said Mrs. Skinner, who
had no intention of using slang. "I
did suppose you had more sense.
"I used to have," said Mr. Skinner
good naturedly. "Ya-a-a-h. I could
take a nap if I could find a place to
drop down. Ya-a-ah."
"You had bettor read your bible,"
said Mrs. Skinner. She was a good,
uncomfortable woman, so clean and
neat and orderly that she made her
family wretched with her domestio
' ' Something called Mrs. Skinner off
then, and, when she came back Mr.
Skinner was gone. She sat down and
took a book, when a thought struck
her and she bounded from her chair as
if it had been a cannon ball
Yes, it was just as she had feared;
her husband had gone up stairs, and
she found him stretched out on tho
bed, on top of a white counterpane, his
grizzly-gray head sunk deep into .1
white, starched pillow-sham, with theso
words embroidered in the center:
. "Sleep sweet, beloved."
He was not only asleep, but snoring,
with a look of sweet content on hi
He got up in a manner that would
have done credit to a gymnast, and
. ttood staring at the fearful hollow in
-the bed and tho wrinkled dent in tho
"I declare, I forgot," - be said, look
. ing very foolish. "Alice, haven't I a
place where I can lay my head?"
"Don't talk nonsense, ' said his wifo
sharply. "The idea of a sober mu
going to bed with his boots on."
"Would you rather I'd get "
"I'd rather you'd get some common
sense," she said. "If you must sleep
in the daytime, why there's an old
lounge down in the kitchen; no one will
disturb you there. Or, I suppose"
unzrs.nously "I can take off the quilt
and the Bhams and let you have your
nap btro, though it's wicked, that's
what it u to .Wp Sunday. It's a bad
example to set to the children, Lot,
and you know it." ' '
"But I am so sleepy," answered her
husband, "my bend is as heavy as lead,
and I cannot keep my eyes omsn."
"Laziness! sheer laziuessP said his
Mr. Skinner went down stairs, and
, disappeared. ( The last words his wif
1 hoard him say were that there was rest
for the weary, but she was picking up
the embroidery on tho misused sham
with a pin and did not heed him. When
she went down stairs he was not in
iight and she busied herself in getting
dinner, which on Sunday took the place
of suppor, and thought no more about
She was a distinguished woman; dis
tinguished in the town where she lived
THE DAILY OAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 14, i884.
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up, but I'll fix you up something nice,"
and she went out taking the children
How much of it Mr. Skinner ever
xnew It is Impossible to say, but there
was an immediate and satisfactory
change that at first ' amazed and, then
delighted him. He could lay down
anywhere when he, wns tired and his
wile would throw a shawl over him and
leave him in peace. He has even been
Been to lie down on the sofa in the par
lor where he took his Rip Van Winkle
sleep, and nobody disturbed him. Mrs.
Skinner was at heart a woman of sense
and when she realized that one hair of
that grizzly-gray head was worth more
than all the pillow shams in the world
to her, she put the last one away in the
company of a demented lot of superflu
ous tidies. . And, they are really and
truly, aud not in any zoological sense,
a "happy family" now.
A Ch:in( in Their Habitn.
: A Senator gossiping tho othor night
of old times in Washington twenty
tivo years ago said the striking change
that has tome over Congress is in the
habits of individual Senators and mem
bers. . In thoso days, he said, there
wore always several Representatives
who were drunk every day on the floor
of the House. It was pot then con
sidered disgracoful for Senators to ap
pear, in that condition. The Senator
did not say it, but I think the change
for the better must bo attributed yery
largely to the newspaper.?. When a
Senator or a member makes a spectacle
of himself by public drunkenness, as
still happens in rare cases, the fact
geU printed all over the country, and
very quickly, too. The Stato or dis
trict from which the offender comes
hears that it has been disgraced, and it
begins to think of sending somebody
else to Washington to represent it I
remember one public man whom I suc
ceeded in curing of the vie?, so far as
public exhibitions of it go,' by adminis
tering a little of this healthy medicine
of publicity. Any Sonatof or member
Who will appear in a drunken condition
at the Capitol or at tho hotels of the
city deserves to have the fact immedi
ately blazoned from Maine to Texas.
If he wants to got drunk let him so
into retirement and inako neither an
exnmple nor a nuisance of himself.
girls in Voluntown,1 Conn..
oCkers coming to search the
lor colli TRhiirnl irmir tnnk a
duuiij.mu of whisky to bed with, Ihom,
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liey gigged aud told the atoryi so the
ucxt duy another search was mad, tb
sanctity of their couch Invaded, andthf
How to Succeed.
Success in this country is assured if
you have the elements in you that com
mand it health, enterprise, industry,
ambition and principle. Enterprise
leads you to place yourself in the best
possible relations with mankind for
serving them with what they need
whether it be horse shoos, statuary,
strawberries, or sermons, matters not
so long as your enterprise keeps you in
advance of the ordinary. The enter
prising fruit grower is the first to adopt
improved methods, the first to plant
improved fruits, he is posted on mark
ets, men, and things in general. In
dustry is scarcely second in considera
tion, for every thing Is possible to the
man who is willing to work for it, dig
for it as though ho would die for it
If you see a man occupying a position
of honor, do not say he is lucjey say
he was industrious. Mon are not usu
ally lifted into position by others, they
raise themselves by industry, physical
and mental. One conspirator exoused
himself for stabbing Ciesar on the
f round that Ciesar was ambitious,
oolish excuse; if you have not ambi
tion and 6elf-esteem, I would not give
much for your chances of success. All
successful men are ambitious; are dis
satisfied with their present position
and seek for one higher. We often
hear contentment preached. If all
were contented the world would drag
along like an overloaded stage-coach
that needs greasing and is drawn by
h alf-starved mules. Principle we men
tion last as the farmer tops off his wall
with the best stone. There are many
men who have ability, industry, ambi
tion, but who, lacking principle, are a
failure. They are as slippery as eels.
You never know when you have them
for certain. Like the noa you put your
finger upon them and they are not
there. Wavering as the winds, treach
erous as the owl, cunning as the fox,
still they do not succeed. People are
afraid of them; their best capital, their
honesty, is impeached. No man ever
profited by a dishonorable deed.
Wire Fence Telegraphing.
An experimental work has been going
on for a short time along the Milwaukee
and St Paul Railroad Branch and the
Brandon Branch, about 30, miles in
length, the object being to determine
whether or not the barbed wire of the
fence on either side of the road can be
utilized for telegraphic purposes. The
fence wire was placed in proper condi
tion for a sufficient distance to make a
satisfactory test the wire being run
under the surface at road crossings.
Superintendent of Telegraph Simpson
decides that the plan is not practicable.
Telegraph work cau be done over the
fence wire at this time, he says, but
during the winter months, when huge
snow banks completely cover the fence,
the line would be made useless. There
are thousands of miles of wire fence
, along the Western lines, and It has
been conteuaea teat tney should be
utilized for this purpose.
Another Life Saved.
Mrs. Harriet Cnmmlnes. of Cincinnati. O.
writes: Early last Inter my daughter was at
tacked with a severe cold, which settled on he
longs. We tried several mediclnci.lnoDe of which
teemed to do her any good, but she continued to
get worse, and finally raised large amount of
lood irom her Innei. We called In a family phy
sician, bat ha failed to da her any good. We then
called In a pbynlctan a moat skillful professor
In one of onr colleger He said that she could not
get well. At this time a friend who had been
cored by DR. WM. BALL'S BALSAM FOR TBK
LUNQa advised me to give it a trial. We then
got a bottle, and b. fore she had used It all au rhe
began to Improve, and bv the aae of thraa hottlee
was entirely cured.
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tie Regulators .
The most delicate persons enjoy taking
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some appetite, put new life in a broken
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See advertisement in this paper. 1
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As a rule we do not recommend Patent
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Electric Bitters are truly a most valuable
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g-Well Dressed People don't wear
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ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Along the ' line of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acres 01 the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to, $300 and $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate, unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
In 1882, and make up your mind to so and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
for 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed formoney paid for tickets or freight
over too companies lines.
II. C. Townsknd, Gen'l Pasa. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
Pnbllo DotiM Is hereby given that tha under
signed HenrieUa Baa er, of Gallatin, Ho., will,
on the loth day of March.' lost, make anpllea
tlon to the Governor of tho State of Illinois for the
pardon of one Jamai Turner, who waeeonvleted of
ii 3 S muroer, at me May term, 187, oftne
vuuu.r virruil uoilrii
Dated at Cairo, III,, this 9th day of Feb. A D. 1884,
..... lIKNKIKfTA BONTKB,
llOd-sw on behalf of James Turner.
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beautiful Hair must use
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and fast, keeps it from falling
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any desired position. Beau
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result of using Kathakon.
The eiserlence In the treatment of Cancer with
Swift a Hpeclflc (8. 8. 8.) would seem to warrant ne
In laying that it will cure this much dreaded
cuurK. rnreoni so afflicted are Invited to cor
respond with na.
I believe Swlft'a Specific baa saved my life. I
cad virtually luat nue nr ih nn i kh
and my arms from thepolaonoue effects of a lame
vmv. uu mj utci, irom wnicn i naa ennerea
for 20 years. 8.8.8. has relieved me of all sore-
nece, ana trie poleoa U being forced out of my sys
tem. I will soou be well. W. R Eobison,
Davis boro, Ua.
Two months seo mv attention wu fil,i th.
case or a woman afflicted with a cancer on her
usuiuer i ieaai a incnes in circumference, angry,
y.iuim, auu giving me patient no real day or
nleht for S months. I ohulnprt .nnr.1. nr airi'.
ppecmcior ner. bob naa taken 5 botUew. and the
ulcer is entirely healed up, only a very small scab
remaining, and her health la better than fur s
past; aeems to be perfectly cured.
it iv. h. Campbell, Columbus, Qa.
I have aeen remarkuhlo ronit tmm na ni
Swift's Specific on a cancer. A young man near
hire has been afflicted Ave yeara with the most
angry looking eating cancer I ever saw, ana was
neatly dead. The flrat b ttla made a wonderful
change, aad after Ave bottle- were taken, he Is
nearly or quite well, it Is trul? wonderful.
m. e. ubumlst, M. D., Oglethorpe, Oa.
UNDER LIP AND INSIDE OF CHEEK EATEN
AWAK m CANCER.
My father had an eatln? canrer for avirtl vain
which had eaten awav hla nnder Hd mil tha inlT
of hla cheek, down to the bottom of his guma.
We got aome r f Swia's 8peclflc and gave hlia, and
the effect baa been wonderful al
The tores are all healed, and he la perfectly wll.
n.Tdj uuc ut-ro uiu n n oniy a queauon or time
about hit death, at d his enre has created the great
est exoltement In this part of the country. I hope
yon will publish about my father's cure, and send
me some circulars to give to mv friends aad tho
afflicted. War. H. Lath bop.
ttouth Eastoa, Mass., Jan. 7, 1884.
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